The Cleveland Cavaliers are back in the funk that led them to 26-straight losses earlier in the season and the final scores are reflecting it. Once again the Cavs let a solid first quarter go to waste in a 110-90 loss to the Bucks at the Bradley Center.
Samardo Samuels led the Cavs with 15 points, one of six Cavaliers in double figures, but they were no match for a Bucks squad that had six players of their own in double figures and shot 55% from the field.
Brandon Jennings and Earl Boykins each scored 18 points for the Bucks who used a 33-12 run in the 1st and 2nd quarters to turn a 7 point deficit into a 62-49 halftime lead.
J.J. Hickson is back struggling on both sides of the court, scoring just 4 points on 2-10 shooting while grabbing 8 rebounds.
The Cavaliers were without guard Baron Davis after he left the team following the death of his grandmother.
The Cavs are now off until Sunday when they host Oklahoma City at the Q in a 1:00PM tip.